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be. >> today is saturday, november 8th. thanks for waking up with us. here is lisa argen with the forecast. >> starting out with clear sky and little fog. that's the key to the the weekend as we unfortunately warm up. we are looking at temperatures pretty cool but what little fog you see at the coast will disappear quickly and we , on our way to a warm weekend. parrish parrish is lack for 70 on the coast,
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mid-70 for oakland for above average temperatures and warm 80s in the inland valleys. we will talk about any changes toward the end and the week and with if we can bring rain into the seven-day outlook. chris. >> friends and co-workers of a software engineer who disappeared on halloween will resume their searched to with the help of high-tech school. 26-year-old dan ha has been missing for a week. he was last seen leaving his apartment at 4th and brennan in san francisco. abc7 news reporter katie marzullo has the story. >> dan ha's roommate and friends have handed out flyers at their apartment near bran annual youth and fourth. it's where the 267-year-old software engineer was last seen and where he went off-line. >> we need more people around to check if you are a tech company and most importantly, 24 hour fitness that was the last point we got a ping from his phone. >> roommates said dan did not say where he was going when he walked out of the apartment last
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friday night around 8:00. >> it wasn't until tuesday we got a call from his parents that we started to worry. >> they reached out to his employer. he said dan went home with a migraine and didn't come home at all on friday. >> he said when he came back he was quieter than normal and maybe there was something there. he's always been a pretty quiet guy, pretty reserved. >> and dan's friends in tech have finished a dan ha facebook page and website. they are raisings money to help dan's parents make the trip from canada. and then there's this. >> we saw he was using a dating app and with that he was able to message. >> i hope that he comes home safely. >> police are investigating and asking anyone with information to call them. in san francisco, katie marzullo, abc7 news. police say they had to pull
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a suspect from a canal after he crashed a car and began swinging a action at people. the man appeared to have a weapon on his man. they pepper sprayed him and dragged him out and put him in custody. it started with a man weaving in and out of traffic and even up on the sidewalk at one point. after crashing the car he got out and started throwing tools at passing motorists. he ran to a trail and threatened people while swinging an action. police arrived and chased him to the canal where he was arrested after a short standoff. the man will undergo a psychological evaluation. pg&e crews are on the scene this morning of a natural gas leak that paralyzed downtown san jose for hours. the leak began around 11:00 yesterday morning in the area of south market and west santa clara streets where a construction crew pierced a pipe. the leak is capped this morning and repair work is mostly
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completed but crews are conduct ago series of safety tests in the area and are expected to remain on site until about 8:00 a.m. in the meantime about 40 commercial customers are without gas service. happening right now, work on a new movable bay area is underway on the golden gate bridge. lanes will be closed various times on sunday. workers need to make mod any indication to the pavement before installation. it will take up to 52 hours which will require a full closer of the bridge on january 10th and 11th. officials believe it will make head-on collisions on the bridge a thing of the past with the barrier. a vigil was held in south bay for the 43 kidnapped students in mexico who are now feared dead. the feat of one of the students, isrraer gallardo was there last
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night. >> israel jacinto lugardo was among the students who disappeared in mexico. he said the whole world is watching the fate of gallardo where it happened. the mexico attorney general shows video of charred remaining and said three men have fessed to murdering the students. demonstrators in san jose corrupt government officials that are accused of ordering their attack. >> the students got killed, the wife was supposed to be the leader of the cartel from there. >> the mayor and his wife were arrested this week in mexico city. they have been on the run since september. prosecutors say the pair allegedly ordered the local police chief to stop the students from protesting a speech she made. officers opened fire on their
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convoy of buses and hand the survivors over to cartel members. gallindo said he lost fate in the mexican deposit and he's worried for his own safety because he knows the cartel have their hands in everything. as a father he had to speak out. in san jose, sergio kin taken no, abc7 news. >> a college student from the bay area has died after falling five stories after an apartment student. 19-year-old melissa kennan was on the deck of an apartment with a friend when she fell before 4:00 yesterday morning. the two were drinking and believe it was an accident. this morning a kidnapping suspect is in jail in u two after a young girl stepped out and chased him away. >> he took my five-year-old daughter! >> early yesterday morning a man grabbed the girl from her bedroom. he carried her through the home and out the front door.
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somehow her mom and step dad heard her voice, then her the front door open. as the man dialed 9-1-1 the step dad rushed outside and found the kidnapper carrying her away. he yelled at the kidnapper who dropped the girl and took off running. police used k9 units to search for the man. the girl was not hurt. the race for the hotly contested congressional district is over. hike honda was victorious. honda said he was struck by the passion on both sides of the race, and he said there is hope for the country's future. >> the marketplace of ideas that this congressional race fostered is precisely what makes our democracy strong and our nation competitive. >> earlier yesterday congressman honda thanked his supporters as
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he declared victory at his campaign headquarters. ask my 17-year-old to write a bucket list and you might get back a list of nearly unattainable requests. but when the south bay community heard about a young man's list and the time he had left to accomplish it, they wasted no time to jump into action. alan wang brings us the story. >> thanks for the love and support of all of you and others. >> it was the speech that had the whole crowd in tears. 17-year-old alex, who has been given two weeks to live, thanked everyone for make his bucket list come true. >> it amazes me what people have done. >> ben, who is like an uncle to alex, helped put him in the seat of this ferrari. when others her the terminal bone cancer, they offered up other cars, including a lamborghini, a maserati.
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>> it multiplied. pretty soon he was the skipper on a private sailboat and he met his favorite rock group called a day to remember set up by kathy smith who he never knew before his diagnosis. >> that's what you do, right? life is too short not to be happy. >> others arranged a ride in a san jose police helicopter. and a chance to soar the skies while piloting an airplane. >> i look at life differently now. i just do. >> family members say alex forced a community bond that will live on. in san jose, alan wang, abc7 news. really great to see the community pull, to lisa. >> right. >> so weather-wise, what are we looking at? >> out of control warmth, actually. not any records. maybe we will see one in oakland but overall high pressure is building in, especially for the weekend. here is our roof camera. 57 degrees downtown. 55 at the airport. probably not going to see any fog at all. and we are going to talk about
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temperatures well above average. but we do have rain in the seven-day outlook also when we return. >> thanks. also ahead, the robin williams autopsy. results reveal what the canadian did the night before he died. >> this makes sense and the warranty doesn't work much on this computer either.
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of burt's bees lip balm. welling cool back. we are taking a look outside at our sutro tower camera. get ready for a warm day throughout the day. another teenager wounded in washington state high school shooting last month as died, raising the death toll to five. 15-year-old andrew fiber died last night. three others died after one person opened fire on
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october 26th. he died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. the school was closed for a week. an autopsy of actor robin williams did not find illegal drugs or alcohol in his system. the coroner ruled his death a suicide. williams was found hanging in his home on august 11th. his wife, williams' wife, said he was suffering from depression and paranoia and dealing with a recent parkinson's diagnosis. the autopsy found two kinds of antidepressants in his system along with parkinson's medication, caffeine, and an ingredient found in tea or coco. another comedian has opened up about a possible social disorder n an interview thursday night, jerry sign meld said he believes he's on the autism spectrum because he has problems with basic social communication. seinfeld said he sometimes doesn't understand when people use expression. he doesn't see it as a
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dysfunctional thing, just an alternate mind-set. carlos can tanana has a new memoir about his career that started in san francisco in the 1960. we chatted with santana this week about his book auld "universal tone." >> what is universal tone? >> it's a frequency of vibration that emanates from people's hearts to remind other people's hearts they have meaning and they can create miracle and blessings. >> how did the bay area project the trajectory of your life. >> look, where did steve jobs come from? palo alto. hello. i'm blessed i grew up in the bay area because the bay area is an explosion of consciousness. >> and creativity too. he is once again collaborating with his woodstock band mates and will release a new album
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next week. meantime his book is on sale. >> a sold store was sold in cupertino for over $100 million. the store will continue to operate for one year. we also learned that macy's and j.c. penney's sold their stores in cupertino. all are at a shopping maul. they were sold to the hand hill property company a developer in silicon valley. sears said they may sell as many as 300 stores to a real estate investment group and then lease them back. they trying to raise money. wall street loved the move. yesterday shares soared 43%. and if a computer breaks down you might want to have a warranty but a warranty can break down too. why the contract was virtually useless as mike finney explains.
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dave bought this sony viao computer last year because it does everything his family needed. and it worked just fine until this started happening. >> it was just crashed while you used it. an error message would pop up. a cryptic error message. he would shut it down, start it up again, and it would work for a while but then crash. >> as time went on it got more and more unstable and then it got to the point sometimes it just wouldn't turn on. >> like now. oh he called sony and explained the problem. >> they agreed that it was probably a hard disk and needed to be sent in for repair. >> no problem. dave had this tee-year extended warranty so he said take it to best buy and the geek squad would fix it. so he did. but best buy had some bad news. >> the geek squad said that sony hasn't authorized them to fix this model of computer. >> sony does contract with geek squad to repair electronics.
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however, somehow dave's particular model was excluded from coverage. >> sony was very apologetic. they said they would send a repairman to my house. >> sony told them a technician would call within two days that. didn't happen so dave started calling instead. >> every time i called they said i don't know why someone hasn't called you. someone in escalate your ticket. someone will definitely call you within 48 hours. >> known did. after several weeks tony finally said forget fixing the hard drive, the company would give him a partial refund instead. well, that didn't happen either. >> i called them. they said i don't know why. it was 48 hours. i guarantee it will all be taken care of. and that went on for about a month. it was at that point i called "7 on your side." >> we contacted sony and within days relief. the company refunded the full $2,200 purchase price and kicked in a $200 gift card as a bonus. >> it took three months of me trying on my own and not getting anywhere and with "7 on your
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side" in less than a week it was taken care of. >> sony said there was a full refund after it was brought to our attention. unfortunately there was a miscommunication between best buy and ourselves for the issue. >> i'm very grateful. >> thanks to sony for the full refund. as you may recall sony sold off their computer business earlier this year and no longer makes vaio computers. however, the company said if you bought one, they will still service those computers with a warranty. >> michael finney, "7 on your side." . >> we may see some rain toward the end of the upcoming work week. as we look at the live doppler 7hd right now, it's clear. we aren't looking at any fog, but i expect some will form up towards point raise later on today. that's not going stop the
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temperatures from climbing to above-normal readings. in fact, we should see about 70 today at stinson beach. that gives you an idea how warm we will be. so we will look for more fog to come into the picture tomorrow night and then a cooling trend gets underway on monday. right now at the airport, 55 degrees. 52 in mountain view and 51 morgan hill. the fog that we have is around the delta this morning. and a little bit in oakland at 51 degrees. and a look from emeryville right now. looks pretty good with 46 napa and as well as fairfield. with that fog concord and livermore both sitting at 50 degrees. so our roof camera, no clouds around. in fact, temperatures today in san francisco will be the warmest you will see out of the next seven. tomorrow running close, though. maybe a few patches of fog around the coast this morning. warmer days for today and tomorrow overall and then a chance of rain should arrive thursday and friday. so it looks like we will look for this ridge to begin to break
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down by the time we get back to work on monday. but between now and then, it's all about this ridge of high pressure taking us deeper into a dry forecast with temperatures as much as 10 degrees above average up in santa rosa. we should see about mid-60s for highs in san francisco. and today going for a high of 72 degrees. low clouds and fog return along the san mateo coast tonight. tomorrow we should she about 69 in the city. average highs in the upper 60s. we will feel that on monday. then it looks as though when the front wants to a rife, temperatures will be cooler with low 60s come wednesday and thursday and friday in the city. so that would feel more like the season. in the south bay today look for 78 in san jose. 80 in los gatos on the peninsula. beautiful day. mid-70s for san mateo. mon taken view about 78 later on. san francisco we talked about you, 72. the airport low to mid-70s and
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up in the north bay, wow, how about 80 degrees sonoma and santa rosa? 77 petaluma. near east bay mid-70s, maybe a record in jeopardy among oakland today. 77 union city, and you head inland, look for more mild to warm conditions this afternoon. 80 for you in livermore, antioch and concord and pleasanton coming in at 78 degrees. the accuweather seven-day forecast shows low 80s in and today and tomorrow. 70s at the coast. the ridge begins to break down monday with more low fog and clouds in the morning. tuesday for veteran's day, nice and sunny but we should start out with more fog and a cooler afternoon. and then by wednesday the transition day partly cloudy. hopefully rain comes our way thursday and friday. abc7 news has another great weather resource for you to follow. follow live doppler 7hd on twitter. for the latest weather conditions, rain and shine, spare the air alerts, power outage info and weather tweets from all of us. so, you know, it should be a
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nice weekend. no other way to say it. beautiful. >> one week into november. it sure doesn't feel that way, though with these temperatures. thanks, lisa. coming up, a sweet reunion in san francisco. how authorities located the owner after dog down in a dumpster months after she was stolen.
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astronauts playing with floating blobs of water but how about a camera on inside the blog? that's what you can see here. take a look at this video shot last summer. n.a.s.a. astronauts, along with european space astronaut operated a scanner inside a softball-size blob of water. an emotional reunion for a san francisco woman whose dog was stolen months ago and found in a dumpster over the weekend. lucille williams said she's overjoyed to have kailee, her long time assistance dog back home. someone took 8-year-old kailee from williams' car in august. the dog was found saturday in a dumpster in the san francisco tenderloin district with broken bones and head injury. >> she's been in the hospital for some time. >> they are doing a wonderful job taking care of her and also the animal control.
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thank god for them. >> animal control workers say the dog had a microchip that helped get her home. they are asking anyone who might know when happened to give them a call. registration got underway yesterday an annual charity drive. it's the annual sacred heart toy box and food giveaway. while the tech industry is booming, low-income families are facing higher rent and other expenses while their paycheck stays the same. >> the families that come to sacred heart for food are actually working. they have full-time jobs and sometimes more than full-time jobs. it's just the numbers are up. >> i have a job, but it's not enough. >> sacred heart has been doing the giveaway for 50 years. this year they hope to giveaway 4,000 thanksgiving food boxes, 3200 christmas food boxes and
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more than 1600 toys. that's a good opportunity for us to urge you to give where you live. join abc7 in helping feed the hungry this holiday season. text word "feed" to 80077 to make a ten dollars donation to bay area food banks. much more ahead on the abc7 saturday morning news. we take you inside the veteran center at u.c. berkeley. how they are reaching out to those coming home from war. and the bay area's biggest help provider. are the nation
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right here in downtown, but this afternoon we are warming up as high pressure builds in and look at temperatures well above average. 51 in san jose. 52 morgan hill a couple patches of fog in downtown oakland. here's the next couple of hours. you notice what fog we do have clears early. it will be sunny with mild conditions to warm conditions around the bay today. along the forecast we are forecasting 70s. look 2nd 80s. pretty much everywhere else. not november temperatures. in fact, as much as 10 degrees above average. sun coming up at 6:43. we will see plenty of that. we will talk about the second half of the weekend and when we expect rain to arrive. it will be in the seven-day outlook coming up. >> we definitely need the rain. lisa, thanks. happening today, president obama is expected to nominate u.s. attorney loretta lynch to replace eric holder as attorney nen. lynch has served as top prosecutor in the eastern district of new york in both the clinton and obama's
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administrations. she had a good relationship withholder, who announced his intention to resign in november. if con i wonder if, she'll be the first minority woman to serve as attorney general. new this morning, they are thanking the men and women of the country in veteran's day week week. the president encouraged americans to express their thanks toward veterans. he said it should extend beyond just a simple thank you. >> we are talking about making sure they debt the care and benefits they earned. that means healthcare that's there for them when they need it and continuing to reduce the disability claims backlog, and it means giving the wounded warriors the care they need to heel. including those with mental health issues with posttraumatic stress or traumatic brain injury. >> he closed his weekly address by reminding americans that honoring veterans isn't just a job for the government.
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the cal veterans services model will open up. it will be a place for veterans while trying to earn a degree. abc7 news reporter leeann melendez has more. >> those who served in the military will find plenty of of camaraderie at the cal services center. the computers are still not hooked up, but on monday it will officially open as the headquarters of student veterans at cal. >> that's the main goal; to have as much services here in this center as possible. >> the veterans benefits administration is in oakland. now a representative will come here instead. students never really have to leave campus. there are close to 300 student veterans at u.c. berkeley. here they also get advice on what financial benefits they are entitled to. >> a huge fact for for most of us and that's what has made it possible as me as a single
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parent to spend time with my family. i haven't had to work also or take out an exorbitant amount of loans. >> we make sure they understand how to maximize the benefits and campus resources, as well. >> the center has an outreach program to help community college students transfer to cal. these community colleges are essential to the center's growth. city college of san francisco has had a veterans center for two years now. many there are now looking to cal to complete their education. this woman transferred here from a community college in san diego. >> in our college we got pumped up about the fact the fact that are spays at places like value for veterans and you can continue your education. >> here we continue to make the transition back to civilian life while taking advantage of their educational benefits they have earned. at u.c. berkeley, lyanne
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melendez, abc7 news. >> this week santa clara county became the first jurisdiction in the western united states to ban the sale of flavored tobacco products. county supervisors passed the ban on tuesday. it affects 18 retailsers in parts of the county. federal law has band flavored cigarettes since twine but does not take into account other tobacco products like cigars. anti-smoking advocates say the flavored products are designed for kids. >> they feel because it has a cherry favor or vanilla favor you are more inclined to smoke but smoking is still smoking. >> the favor is appealing and just overcasts the whole tobacco flavor. >> the cigar association of america said some cigar blends include fruit juices, nuts and spices and should not be included in the ban. in the battle against people, kaiser permanente said it's ready.
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jonathan bloom has more from oakland where the company just unveiled a new facility. >> we are here today to fully dedicate this to ebola care. >> if you are among one in three bay area residents with kaiser healthcare, this is where you will go if you contract ebola. >> this is the respirator. >> on the sixth floor of oakland hospital. they have a select group of doctors and nurse toss provide care for people with the virus. >> a specific team of care providers that have that specialized training like we have for cardiac care or for critical care. >> the staff in this unit spend hours in training, playing out scenarios using medical dump miss. nurse said they volunteered for the task. >> as a nurse it's important we take care of every patient that comes through the door, no matter what they have, no matter what condition. >> but not every nurse likes kaiser's approach.
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>> we are asking to have the equipment, the optional personal equipment, haz mat suits, power respiratory for all nurses. >> the california nurses association, which is now in contract negotiation was kaiser, said it's just the latest place where they want keyser to give them more tools and training. >> we are actually about to go on strike at kaiser next tuesday and we are going on strike because of that bigger context. not having the resources. >> we are very disappointed, and they have put our nurse in that position. >> kaiser told reporters they are following best practices to keep ebola from spreading. >> our commitment is to assure that we limit the number of facilities that are taking care of ebola patients. >> they added all nurses are being equipped to screen for ebola and isolate a patient if necessary. once it happens they will be transported here for ongoing treatment or a similar facility in south sacramento. in oakland, apc news. >> happening today, the nation's
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top transit official will visit oakland to provide funding for the transportation services. department of transportationter reese mcmillan will be joined by the transportation leader to announce funding for thousands of east bay residents. the announcement will be held at 11:00 at the kaiser convention center in oakland. good news for travelers flying out of oakland international airport for thanksgiving. a new rail link will open in time for the holiday season. bart has announced that its new rail link between the coliseum station and airport terminals will open on november 22nd. the trains will replace the existing air bart shuttle buses. it will cost six dollars for the ride from the coliseum station to the airport. a diverse group of fans and rockers are hoping their music delivers aid to palestinian aid. it is being produced by a private peace on earth and
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features 26 rock rumors that, including peter gabriel, system of down front men, surge, and stewart cokeland of the police. he said it isn't about establishing blame, it's about aid. >> it's aid without commentary. it's not a shout out. eye not a shout. it's aid. it's people who are desperate. they need help and let's get help going to them and separate the aid from the argument about who is to blame. >> the album's producers say the proceeds will go to surgical and counseling teams that work with survivors and medical supplies. still ahead on the abc7 saturday morning news, winter is still a ways off back you ski season is here. the first ski area in california that's open this weekend. the time is 5:38. we are taking a live look outside from our exploratorium cam. you can see the san francisco skyline right there on your screen. above average temperatures throughout parts of the bay area this weekend.
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>> welcome back, everyone. a live look outside this morning from atop the abc7 studios. the bay bridge in the distance there. a live look at the port of san francisco. warm temperatures throughout the bay this weekend. lisa will let us know when we can expect rain ahead. the reward for fining the person who shot a blue herron with a air rifle is now up to $6,000. it was found in the backyard of a home in hollister. pellets from an air rifle were lodged in the bird's chest. the herron is being treated for
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gunshot wounds and a fractured wing. happening today at levi stadium in santa clara and the san francisco 49ers will host a 4.9k stadium run and fitness challenge. endurance event serves as the launch of the 49ers organizal by giving them the training members on the roster. participants can take part in the 4.9k run, the challenge or both. along with the run, the challenge will require participants to conquer hundreds of stairs and ramps and drills and sprints. today's event gets underway at 8:00 a.m. these people are going to maybe break out a sweat this morning with the obstacles. >> certainly by later on in the morning. right now it's comfortable in the 50s. we don't really have any fog in the city. a few patches over oakland. here's a look from the east bay hills camera. 50 degrees for concord and livermore this morning, going for a high near 80. i hate to say it, but i like to
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talk about the rain, and that is in the seven-day outlook. we will have a discussion about it when we return. . >> also ahead, the 49ers need a win tomorrow, and it would be extra sweet for safety eric, who grew up in here. grew up in here. he will have to stop drew br ring ring!... progresso! it's ok that your soup tastes like my homemade. it's our slow simmered vegetables and tender white meat chicken. apology accepted. i'm watching you soup people. make it progresso or make it yourself some people think vegetables are boring. but with green giant's delicious seasonings and blends, we just may change their minds. ho ho ho green giant!
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>> live look from our emeryville camera. you are looking at the new span of the way bridge. you see traffic there. a lot of cars already out on the roadways this morning. we will get a check on our bay area commute throughout the morning. all right. it's the first weekend ski season, even without a lot of snow. just 14 inches at boreal mountain resort. ten of that they got last weekend, the rest manmade. still that didn't dampen the spirit of about skiers and borders who had been waiting
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since last spring. patrick walker has more. >> it's great to be out here. loving the snow. can't wait for the season to start. >> for the 50th time, boreal is celebrating opening day. >> it's amazing. it's the first day on snow. what more can you ask to? >> there isn't much snow but enough to open up one run, a very busy one. >> it's pack for one run. you can expect it. >> better than nothing, right. >> ah-ha. >> it's super great to be up here. posting on instagram and saw it around. that's how i got up here. >> the chair lift is packed. a steady stream of borders and skiers getting in run after run. >> oh, my gosh. you have no idea. i'm so happy. as soon as i put my first foot on the snow it's like christmas opening up your favorite gift. >> ten inches of snow fell in aft weekend's storm. and a couple snow guns like this did the rest of the work to build up a base to open this run next to the cassel sweet chair
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lift. >> lots of features, awesome snow, a lot better than last year. >> it may seem irresponsible to use water to make snow during the drought, but they capture snowmelt in the lake in the spring and puts it right back on the mountain in the fall. >> it's very recycled. but like i said, we work very closely with the state and a little bit of magic. >> the magic happens when the humidity and temperature are close together. that's what snow making is the most efficient. how it works, that doesn't matter so much to the shredders, as long as there is something white up on the mountain. >> i'm like, i can't even put it into words. i'm so like -- it's awesome! i love it! >> for now this run will be open every day from nine to nine. when the weather changes to allow for more snow, both manmade and from the sky, more runs will be opening as soon as possible. at boreal mountain resort, i'm patrick walker, a. bc7 news. >> thank you, patrick. great to see those people out there enjoying the snow. those mountain resorts, 134 have
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really had to invest in the snow making technology to keep their resorts afloat, really. >> yeah, the wide shot. >> the dirt there. >> yeah. exactly. how about high in the upper 60s for the northern sierra. we will be cooler throughout the upcoming work week. but weather whether or not is snow in the forecast, we have to wait and see. we do have an incoming weather system but we are waiting at least five days to see that. live doppler 7hd this morning, it is clear. we are looking at light winds and that offshore flow keeping temperatures anywhere from about 3 to 10 degrees above average for today, tomorrow and then the ridge begins to break down. so from our roof camera, it's clear. numbers are in the 50s. there's just a little bit of fog being reported in oakland at 52 degrees. it's 50 in san jose. 467 half moon day works i is much cooler with the clear conditions. in fact, at much as 11 degrees cooler this morning. 3 to 4 degrees cooler for any mountain view. san jose, emery still villalon this morning with partly cloudy skies, in the 40s.
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45 in novato with 50 concord, livermore and up in santa rosa we are at 47 degrees. fairfield is reporting a little bit in the way of low clouds, 46. exploratorium camera, our forecast then calls for maybe some patches of fog. but they will quickly evaporate with warmer days today, tomorrow. slightly cooler at the coast tomorrow as the san mateo coast gets into a little bits of low cloudiness and on shore push. then a chance of rain heads our way for next thursday and friday. at this point maybe as far south as monterey. but it's all about a huge dome of high pressure keeping us high and dry. the storm track well up into canada. but it looks like that system will begin to undercut the ridge come the middle of the week, late wednesday into thursday. but between now and monday, this ridge is a allowing for temperatures well above average and we are that much deeper into a dry forecast. let's set our computer animation for the next five days and you will notice as we go out toward wednesday, we are still dry, but
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we are forecasting that rain into thursday. so it is getting closer and closer. so hopefully by thursday and friday we could seattle bit of measurable rain and maybe even some snow in the mountains. in terms of today, how about those 80-degree temperatures? from the southern sierra in fresno. in fact, for san jose state, later on that evening game will be a pretty comfortable in the 60s there. 85 in los angeles. 81 in san diego, with low 70s in monterey. and locally we look for more low 70s from san francisco. 76 san mateo. look for upper 70s for san jose and look at all the 80s from concord to antioch, santa rosa, 81 napa. and tomorrow with a little more cloudiness, we will forecast slightly cooler conditions at the coast. but in oakland how about mid-70s for the game with the broncos? so the accuweather seven-day forecast calls for temperatures to be above average today and tomorrow. 70s and low 80s and then by
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monday we are slightly cooler. veteran's day looking pleasant with mid-60s's, no 70s. partly cloudy wednesday and into the overnight hours thursday and friday, hopefully a little rain heads our way, bringing us more typical november scenario. we will have to wait and see on that one. keeping our fingers crossed. >> absolutely. we need the rain. lisa, thanks. in sports tonight, the warriors are in houston to play the rockets in battle of unbeaten steams. tip off at 5:00 p.m. also today only one bay area college football team in action. san jose state is on the road battling their biggest rifle, fresno state. check off at bulldog stadium is 7:30 tonight. both stanford and cal have a bye this weekend. they are trying to lose the first three-game losing streak of the jim harbaugh era are the san francisco 49ers. >> good morning. the 49ers will try to stop drew
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brees and the saints tomorrow. probably without linebackers patrick willis and dan skuta. they are out with injuries. if the niners want to make the playoffs, they bever find some numbers to beat the saints. the numbers of startling. teams that start the season 4-5 make the playoffs only 13% of the time. 5 in 4 teams make the postseason 51%. safety eric reid knows the niners defense is banged up and brees poses a lot of problems. >> he has great pocket awareness, and he distributes the ball well. there's not so many things he does wrong a challenge for our defense to get turnovers. >> is this the week the raiders get their first win of the year? 0-8 heading into a game with the broncos in oakland. trying to snap the slide that started last year. they will be focused. raiders ricky car remains
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positive. he's looking forward to meeting and perhaps beating the future hall of famer. >> at this point i'm trying to beat him. that's my mind-set. and that's his mind set. he wants to beat us and we want to beat them. right now i'm just focused on us, really. you know, focused on our team making sure we are doing the things at practice we need to conk the warriors are off to a great start at 4-0. their only loss is a power forward. david lee will miss the next two weeks minimum after sitting out the next two weeks because of a hamstring injury. he came back and played only a few minutes before aggravating the same injury. he will shut it down at least two weeks and then be re-evaluated. the warriors are facing the 6-0 rockets in houston tonight. and after 47 minutes and 7 seconds, they get their first lead of the game but that would last only 15 seconds because mike conley answers with a three of his own. finished with 20. gris up 90-9.
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3.4 seconds left you go to ebaka. no good. that was for the win. memphis remains unbeaten. 6-0 now. hawks and hornets needed two overtimes. 2.7 left. lance stevenson gets it to go. the bag shot. good night, game over, drive home safely. stevenson's only three of the game. finished with 17 points and a kiss. a little luck. charlotte wins 122-119. nor nba. cavs and nuggets. a lot of questions about the cavs and lack of energy. can lebron play with them? finally an assist. six assists for irving. lebron 66 points. cavs win 110 to 101. that is a wrap on morning sports. have a great weekend, everybody! i'm larry beil. coming up next, eating champ joey chestnut goes for another world record. the number of
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>> good morning, and thanks for joining us. i'm chris winn. lisa argen is tracking the accuweather forecast for us. lisa, maybe 80s some parts parts of the bay? >> that's right, chris. the offshore flow keeping even the beaches in the 70s. this morning live doppler hd, we are clear. we have some fog to speak of, but not here in san francisco. it's pleasant, numbers in the 150s. oakland a patch of fog, san jose at 50s. we are looking at clear condition necessary most areas. take a look at the san carlos airport. a quarter maulvis and the fog out toward the delta. fairfield 5-mile visibility and mile and a half in


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